"Kalaha is the computer version of an ancient African game. It is played with beans or small pebbles. The two players each have seven pots. Six pots are equally filled with beans at the start of the game. The players then take the contents of one of their own pots and drop one bean in each next pot until they run out. A bean is dropped in the players own seventh pot but not in the seventh pot of the other player. If the last bean is dropped in the seventh pot the same player gets another turn.
If a player drops the last bean in one of his own pots when it is empty then he may take all the beans from the other players opposite pot and move them to his seventh pot. When one of the players runs out of beans the game ends. The player that has the most beans in his seventh pot wins the game."